IFF-LMC acquires three personal care ingredients from Kemin

IFF-LMC acquires three personal care ingredients from Kemin

10:49 AM, 5th December 2018
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NEW YORK, US: IFF-Lucas Meyer Cosmetics (IFF-LMC), a cosmetic actives subsidiary of International Flavors & Fragrances Inc has acquired three personal care ingredients and related intellectual property from Kemin Industries.

This acquisition expands IFF-LMC’s product portfolio and related offerings to its customers, particularly to those focused on the environment and sustainability.

The acquired products (and associated IP) include:

Lysofix: an easy-to-use and cold-process lysophospholipid emulsifier extracted from a non-GMO soybean source. It enhances formulas by evenly dispersing sunscreen and makeup pigments, provides immediate hydration and support collagen and elastin production while imparting a luxurious texture to the skin.

XFoliPEARL: Provides a gentle and efficient exfoliation and is an eco-friendly and efficient alternative to plastic beads.

MicroCurb: a broad-spectrum preservative from standardized oregano extract.

“Aligned with IFF and IFF-LMC’s commitment to sustainability and natural product offerings, I am thrilled to announce the addition of these key, responsibly sourced ingredients to our growing and increasingly diverse portfolio,” said Antonio Lara, President – CEO, IFF-Lucas Meyer Cosmetics.

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